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|English term or phrase: adjectives for my assets|
|suppose i am asked what are my strengths so i need some adjectives to specify my assets.|
|English translation:What are your assets?|
Do you know what your strengths (and weaknesses) are? That alone would be a good asset. It is called self-knowledge. It ranks very high on the list of personal (and professional) virtues.
Others who know you very well are often a good source of knowledge about the characteristics to which you, like all of us, may have a blind spot. Ask your friends and acquaintences if you are genuinely interested in gaining greater self-knowledge. You will be surprised to hear some of the things (good and bad) they will tell you about yourself.
The rest of us in ProZland have no clue because we do not know you. If all you want is a list of adjectives, try a standard manul on virtues. look the relevant virtues up in a thesaurus, and decide which terms are most useful for your purpose.
I don't see anything in your question about your purpose. The assumption by other members seems to be that you are going through an interview process, possibly in conjunction with a job application. That may or may not be the case.
If you are being interviewed for a job, a list of adjectives won't help you. HR interviewers are not interested in a list of adjectives (or nouns, for that matter). They are interested in one or two salient characteristics that you can support with real examples. Verbs are probably your best munitions here. For that, you hardly need any help. If you know what the characteristics are but have difficulty naming them, try describing them to us, and we will help you name them.
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